Bath end Glasgow's European hopes in Pool Three of the Heineken Cup with a 23-18 victory on Saturday afternoon.
Bath Rugby ended their disappointing Heineken Cup campaign with a 23-18 victory over Glasgow Warriors on Saturday afternoon.
Glasgow went ahead three minutes into the match with a penalty from Duncan Weir before a try from Tom Biggs and a conversion from Olly Barkley sent Bath into the lead.
Weir was again on target to made it 10-6 but he missed the chance to cut the difference to 10-9 as the match entered half time when he failed to covert a penalty.
The Scots needed a win to retain their hopes of reaching the second-tier Amlin Challenge Cup and they made a fight of it in the second period.
A try from Ben Skirving and a conversion from Barkley sent the home side into a 17-6 lead early in the second half before Scott Wight and Rob Harley sent Glasgow into an 18-17 lead.
Barkley was again on target with two penalties for the home side late on, however, to secure the 23-18 victory for Bath in Pool three.